48 Comments

    • 12/10/2014 / 12:33 am

      Oh yes!

    • 12/10/2014 / 12:39 am

      All gone!

    • 12/10/2014 / 1:01 am

      Definitely!

  1. 12/10/2014 / 1:01 am

    Yum! A vital part of the baking process!

    • 12/10/2014 / 11:22 am

      She certainly did! She would not touch the cakes once they were baked, though!

  2. 12/10/2014 / 7:48 am

    The best part of baking, but it looks like someone has been a bit stingy on the amount of mix on the whisk. If I had given that to my kid they’d have scooped more of the batter out of the bowl using the whisk as a spoon lol.

    • 12/10/2014 / 9:48 am

      You have a point there. I must be more generous next time!

  3. liquoriceuk
    12/10/2014 / 8:18 am

    Definitely the best part of baking! Yummy! 🙂

    • 12/10/2014 / 9:47 am

      She enjoyed it a lot more than the baked version!

    • 12/10/2014 / 9:57 am

      Thanks lovely!

    • 12/10/2014 / 9:53 am

      Baking just would not be the same if you could not lick all the utensils afterwards!

    • 12/10/2014 / 11:00 am

      It is!

    • 12/10/2014 / 11:26 am

      I did a fair bit of taste testing the raw dough, too! No eggs, so all safe!

  4. 12/10/2014 / 12:45 pm

    Aww love this pic and love this part of baking 🙂
    Well captured! x

    • 12/10/2014 / 9:33 pm

      Thanks!

    • 22/10/2014 / 11:16 am

      It is!

    • 12/10/2014 / 9:28 pm

      It always used to be my favourite part when I was little! It still is when I make yoghurt cake actually. The dough is addictive!

  5. Kim Carberry
    12/10/2014 / 5:08 pm

    Yum! That is the best part about baking x

    • 12/10/2014 / 11:37 pm

      It is! The dough tasted better than the muffins!

    • 22/10/2014 / 11:17 am

      Yummy dough!

  6. 12/10/2014 / 6:44 pm

    Look forward to the recipe lovely lady 🙂

    • 12/10/2014 / 9:13 pm

      Well, I have to say I am not doing too well with that one… I am trying to make lemon muffins that are free from eggs, wheat, dairy, nuts & seeds. I have made them 3 times so far but even though they look and taste good, there is some sort of grittiness that bothers me a bit. Not sure what to change in my recipe.

      • 13/10/2014 / 10:28 am

        If you’re using a gluten free flour mix and an egg replacer it might just have to be the way it is lovely… something I’ve learnt over the years of creating ‘free from’ recipes is that you are never going to get a perfect replica when using traditional baking ingredient. If the muffins look and taste good then I’m sure they are fab 😉

        • 13/10/2014 / 11:07 am

          I am trying not to use the egg replacer she was prescribed so I used apple sauce to replace eggs in this recipe. I really wonder what makes it gritty (getting a sore throat when I eat a whole one – odd, isn’t it?). I doubt it is the flour blend as I used the same one as for the chocolate muffin recipe I published a few weeks ago. I am wondering whether it might be the combination of GF baking powder and lemon juice… not sure!

          • 13/10/2014 / 11:17 am

            Mmmm that’s not right is it. How odd. Sorry my lovely I’m out of ideas xx

          • 13/10/2014 / 8:49 pm

            No worries, I will figure it out eventually!

  7. bavariansojourn
    12/10/2014 / 7:40 pm

    My two have to take turns, one gets the two whisks, the other the bowl! 😀 Lovely shot! 🙂

    • 12/10/2014 / 11:36 pm

      My older two are the same normally, but when we were baking on Friday, her big brother was at school and the little ones were in bed. No need to share!

  8. 12/10/2014 / 8:16 pm

    Oh so lovely, great to capture the little moments and this is great! #mysundayphoto

    • 12/10/2014 / 11:40 pm

      Thanks lovely!

  9. 13/10/2014 / 9:41 am

    Je crois que ta fille est aussi gourmande que la mienne 😉 Belle photo !

    • 13/10/2014 / 9:50 am

      C’est un petit glouton, comme sa maman!

  10. 13/10/2014 / 9:13 pm

    The best part of baking! 🙂 #MySundayPhoto

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